Le Soleil

Based in the light diffusion capabilities of polycarbonate, Spanish designer Vicente Garcia Jimenez designed the pendant lamp Le Soleil.
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Le Soleil lamp

A series of asymmetrical conical pieces of polycarbonate are assembled into a large sphere-like shape, the minimal size difference between the pieces allow the light to filter out, creating a nice effect of shadows, transparency and colour shades that recall the intelligent use of light and materials of the Nordic masterpieces. 
The outcome is a highly sculptural object, best appreciated in its coloured versions.

Le Soleil lamp
  Le Soleil lamp

Le Soleil 
Company: Foscarini 
Year: 2009 
Materials: polycarbonate

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